Joe Anatune Cause of Death? Soludo Media Manager Joe Died, What Happened To Him? The news broke via social media platforms about the death of Prof Chukuma Charles Solomon Soludo, a key member of the campaign team in the last year’s governorship election. He was the leader of Soludo’s media team during the November election last year, which Soludo won by a landslide. People were shocked to hear his death news on social media. This is very difficult news for his friends, family, and close relatives. Many people have expressed their sympathy to him. We have more information on the news. We will attempt to include all important information in this article.
According to sources, Anatune died on Saturday. He died just days after his 62nd birthday, just over a week after he was appointed to a government post, having worked tirelessly for Soludo’s victory last year. Recently, he was appointed the MD/CEO of Anambra state Signage and Advertising Agency.
Joe Anatune Cause of Death?
Soludo announced Anatune’s death, but he was also shocked and disbelieving. Christian Aburime (Chief Press Secretary to Soludo), said in a press statement that the Governor was shocked and deeply affected by the news. He stated that Soludo had described Joe Anatune, one of the most prominent apostles of Soludo’s project, as having extraordinary strength and courage to complete any task. Scroll down to find more news information.
“He stated that Joee’s personal sacrifices in his electioneering campaign were both unusual and highly commendable.” “He was the founder of the Soludo Promoters Forum ( SPF) and used it for two years to engage professionals in mainstream politics. Joe Anatune will be missed by the Anambra State government and its citizens,” Aburime stated. Follow For More Update Yemfoundation.org
He said that Governor Soludo was deeply sorry for Anatun’s unexpected death. We send our deepest sympathies to his family, friends, as well as loved ones. We have shared all information we could find. If we get more information, we will let you know in the article.